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WHILD seeking Two Community Volunteers for Granting Committee

WHILD

The Wildlife Habitat Improvement Local District (WHILD) Fund is seeking two community volunteers to serve on the WHILD granting committee for a three-year term. The WHILD board will determine funding for wildlife habitat improvement projects based on need annually. The deadline for applications is Friday, August 23rd.  Applicants must live in Routt County. For…

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TMEF Seeking Two Community Volunteers

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The Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund (TMEF) is seeking two community volunteers to serve on the TMEF granting committee for a three-year term. The TMEF board will determine trail maintenance priority and projects based on need annually. The deadline for applications is Friday, August 23rd.  Applicants must live in Routt or Moffat County. For…

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Leaving a Legacy as Part of your Estate Plans

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Legacy Gifts A legacy gift to your favorite charitable cause can come in many forms. It is important to be clear in your instructions so that your last wishes are properly carried out. Work with your estate planning attorney and explore some common options for legacy gifts, such as: General gift: a specific…

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Press Release: Refurbished Parking Meters Aim to Raise Money for TMEF

Refurbished Parking Meters Aim to Raise Money for TMEF Fundraising Taken to the Trailhead with Donation Stations STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO-June 26, 2019-How much is your favorite trail worth to you? When every cent counts and pennies can add up to big change, ten new donation stations look to bring some cha-ching to raising…

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TMEF Donor of the Month: Anonymous and their horses!

This month, the TMEF caught up with another Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund annual donor – Anonymous and their horses!  Anonymous supports the trails with an annual donation so the donor knows the trails will be maintained after a trail ride or a hike! Anonymous and their horses enjoying the large ferns on the…

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Donors challenge community to raise $10K to support trails

Meet the Challenge, join the community to raise trail maintenance funds. For the fourth year in a row, local donors Jeff and Alissa Merage are challenging the community to raise $10,000 for the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund. This is an all or nothing challenge that runs through midnight July 31. Funds from the…

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The Steamboat Group Fund hosts, matching challenge for LiftUp Food Drive

On July 6th, The Steamboat Group along with Bridget and Paul Ferguson will be hosting the LiftUp of Routt County produce drive at City Market from 9am to 5pm. This drive is very special in that The Steamboat Group is challenging our community to raise $5,000 for LiftUp and will be providing a match! Please consider making...

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Youth Philanthropist of the Year: Andrew Petersen and Gretchen Jacobs

Andrew Petersen and Gretchen Jacobs

    Both Gretchen Jacobs and Andrew Petersen have been recent standouts in our community and also as youth leaders. Most recently, their combined leadership efforts were instrumental in creating a new city ordinance to ban single-use plastic bags in the four major grocery stores. They both reflect on the Steamboat community as…

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Individual Philanthropists of the Year: Russ and Carol Athta

When Russ and Carol Atha moved to the Yampa Valley in the early 1970s, they became involved with several nonprofit organizations as a way to get to know the community and meet people from different lifestyles outside their peer group. Since then, their commitment to the Yampa Valley has remained the same, and…

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